Mara Hoffman Spring 2013


So I just need to say that at this point in the afternoon, my camera battery had died (yes, MY CAMERA BATTERY DIED AND THE CHARGER WAS IN DC). Moving on. I still utterly enjoyed the Mara Hoffman show, as I knew I would. With an “Aloha” theme – complete with ukulele players and palm . . . → Read More: Mara Hoffman Spring 2013

Jill Stuart Spring 2013


Saturday was by far my craziest day while at New York Fashion Week – I managed to make it to five shows back-to-back, and would have made it to six had I been able to find the venue for Edun (this was the single most devastating thing to happen to me while I was in . . . → Read More: Jill Stuart Spring 2013

Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2013


Rebecca Minkoff was one of my favorite shows last season, so after Noon by Noor, I couldn’t wait to see the spring collection. As it did in February, the show opened with a live performance (catch the whole show here) – this time, indie group Tennis (they’re really good – you can listen and download a couple . . . → Read More: Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2013

Noon by Noor Spring 2013

noon by noor

On Friday morning (my 4th day in NYC), after getting a bit of sleep post-FNO and stopping by the Danielle Nicole showroom (post coming soon!), I made my way to Lincoln Center for the Noon by Noor show. The Bahrianian designers Shaikha Noor Al Khalifa and Shaikha Haya Al Khalifa actually studied fashion in the DC . . . → Read More: Noon by Noor Spring 2013

Tadashi Shoji Spring 2013


After the BCBG show and a quick break for some food (break? food? how did I get so lucky?) it was off to the Tadashi Shoji show, where the designer took us on a “journey along the Modern Silk Road.” The collection started with lots of embroidered lace dresses in rich blues, reds and black – . . . → Read More: Tadashi Shoji Spring 2013